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RE: Should We Trust Michael Saylor's Bitcoin Vision?

in LeoFinance3 months ago

He just articulates what a lot of us are thinking. And because he has a big company behind him, his words just carry a lot more weight. That executive conference he did may be the single biggest thing that's happened to bitcoin since the dude bought 2 pizzas with it. The pizzas showed bitcoin could be legit as being valuable. The conference introduced bitcoin to a vast network of decision-makers who could bypass banks and Wall Street to see the value for themselves. They may still end up using Wall Street to place their orders, but now they're scrambling to be relevant instead of shilling it to their customers from a position of dominance. Big difference in how the future plays out in my opinion.

The banks and the governments want to control it and this one move made it a lot more difficult for them to do that.

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You almost sound like him :) Your points are solid and logical.

The banks and the governments want to control it and this one move made it a lot more difficult for them to do that.

Well said.

Thanks. That's pretty high praise in my opinion. :-)

The more big companies that get in, the less the politicians can afford to try to curtail it. These are the guys who get them elected and if they piss off the big money, they're done.

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